I’m so confused! I don’t get the sense that I am in the middle anywhere. There are two sides to this conversation. And we must acknowledge the reality that the candidates, like all of us, need to be doing our due diligence to know and understand where they stand and we must be doing our due diligence to be fully conversant with the issues. But that’s too difficult a task for us all. So we must all try. And we must do that in real time and in a manner that suits us. And it is also important that our leaders act in the context of who our voters are. Just as important is that we act in the context of those who do not want us to act in a certain way. The candidate who tells everyone that they are “just here for the votes,” the candidate who tells every single person who they are who they are going to represent, is simply not going to be a good messenger. It is simply not a good way to communicate with voters. We must think and act in the way that is most effective for voters, not least those who don’t vote. We must do better than that. And we need to do better, because this election is a referendum on who we want the presidency.
And as to whether it is enough to simply talk about who we are and what we want our country to look like. Yes, of course that would be a good first step. But we must also do it in the context of the actual campaign, not just when the polls close. For the vast majority of Americans who are actually planning to vote, there is still a tremendous amount of work and time that needs to be done. It is not enough just to talk about our values and our values are the same today as they were 50, 60, even 100 years ago in terms of freedom, equality, inclusion, opportunity, and respect for everyone. That can’t just mean “liberal.” That is about the definition. It does not apply when talking about who we are.
As I said, we can take the most liberal or the most conservative positions we feel comfortable with, as long as we do not hide our convictions in a fashion so that any person who hears them can just accept them. And for anyone who thinks they do not have a moral code, that they are not going to make these basic distinctions, that what they are doing in their lives is not the same as what the average voter is doing, they don’t mean to deceive anyone. They are just trying to
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